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After the excitement of the FF and X-Men teaming up wears off, what’s left? Unfortunately, not much. There’s a fun moment with the blondes being catty, but other than that this issue just didn’t do it for me at all. The twist was only a twist because I’d elected not to read the story’s title. The story does seem to be setting up for a neat battle, but I’m kinda left not caring. I don’t know what it is that caused me to go sour so quickly, but the story just seems so blasé. Maybe it’...1 out of 2 found this review helpful.
So you know those floating alien dudes with huge, veiny, brain-like energy emanating from their heads and eyes? Their powers are mental. I’m so glad that Victor Gischler felt the need to tell us readers that the other species of Kaddak has telepathic powers.For that matter, why are there two species of Kaddak? Why are there three species of sentient alien in this dimension? Why is this all so unnecessarily complicated? How many different elements are already in this book? Do we really need two v...1 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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In the last issue of x-Men, Victor Gischler set up his story arc featuring members of the X-Men and the Future Foundation teaming up and crossing the dimensional barrier after receiving a distress signal from Cyclops' old flame Lee Forrester. X-Men #17 has the team split in three different directions, two groups searching for Lee while the the other stay behind trying to repair their ship and reconnect the dimensional portal. Personally I'm having a lot of fun with this arc. Whether it's the c...0 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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